Statements about Polls and Public Opinion
The people who want President Barack Obama impeached "are all white, they're all older, and guess what, they're in the far right wing of the Republican Party."
The United States is the leading nation in the world "with the highest amount of doubt about the conventional wisdom of climate change."
"74 percent of Republicans support the Affordable Care Act."
"If you look at the states where soccer is most popular, they're overwhelmingly blue states, and the states where soccer is least popular are red states."
"13 percent of Americans, the lowest ever, are without health care."
"He’s been in office nearly four years now, but 40% of Wisconsinites don't know who (U.S. Sen.) Ron Johnson is."
"By 2006, the American people were overwhelmingly against the Iraq War."
Says Hillary Clinton’s approval rating went from 70 percent to 52 percent in 18 months.
Under Gov. Scott Walker, "employer confidence now stands at 95 percent," compared to "only 10 percent" at the end of the "Gov. Jim Doyle-Mary Burke administration."
A majority of Americans "since Harry Truman days" support single-payer health insurance, or "full Medicare for all."
Americans "bought into climate change" in 2004-06, but then most "began wandering away from this issue."
"A small majority of Americans don’t think they like the Affordable Care Act, but a large majority of Americans don’t want to do away with the protections that are in the Affordable Care Act."
"More whites believe in ghosts than believe in racism."
Says gubernatorial candidate Clay Pell "hasn't spent a dime on advertising."
"One thing that is much more unpopular than the Affordable Care Act is repealing the Affordable Care Act."
A recent Gallup poll found that 72 percent of Americans and 56 percent of Democrats "say the biggest threat to our nation's security is big government."
"The numbers of people that support Obamacare and like it have been steadily dropping."
A poll taken "a few months ago" found "70 percent approval or higher" for the Act 10 collective bargaining law.
"Americans increasingly want (the Affordable Care Act) to be repealed."
Says 50 percent of millennials don’t associate with "any political party."
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